The Yale-Ukraine Initiative and the Yale
Center for International and Area Studies will host a two-day conference
which will examine Ukrainian politics in the past century.
The recent presidential elections in Ukraine have
once again made evident the challenges that confront Ukrainian society:
nation-building and creation of stable democratic institutions, economic
reform, integration of regional and national interests, and relations with
the ex-Soviet world and beyond. These complex issues will form the
basis for discussion at this year's conference as its contributors explore
the nature and distinctiveness of Ukrainian politics today; the role of
language and conflicting identities in the political process; and the enduring
legacy of earlier historical and cultural developments.
The conference, Saturday April 8, and Sunday April
9, will be held from 9:00 am -- 6:00 pm in the Auditorium of Henry R. Luce
Hall, 34 Hillhouse Avenue, New Haven, Connecticut.
Conference papers will be made available to all
participants during the conference and will be published afterward in the
Working Papers Series of the Yale Center for International and Area Studies.
Support for the conference is provided by Yale's
Edward J. and Dorothy Clarke Kempf Fund, with special assistance from the
Yale Center for International and Area Studies, Pierson College, and European
The Yale-Ukraine Initiative, established in 1994
by a grant from the Chopivsky Family Foundation, seeks to enhance the study
of Ukraine at Yale University through academic and research fellowships,
language and culture courses, lecture series, student and faculty exchanges
with Ukraine, and library support.
For futher information please contact:
or consult the web site www.yale.edu/rees/yui.html.
Registration Deadline: March 31, 2000
Interested parties may pre-register by filling
out the form below and sending it to <email@example.com>
by March 31, 2000. We will accept late registrations; however, in order
to reserve a full registration packet, please notify us of your intention
to attend the conference at your earliest convenience. Checks or
money orders for the full amount of fees due will be accepted during registration
on April 8. Please make checks payable to "Yale University." We are
unable to accept
Admission is free to the Yale-New Haven community.
Payment will be required for conference materials, lunches, and banquet.
Members of the Yale-New Haven community are encouraged to notify us in
advance if they wish to receive conference papers or attend any of the
functions.Support provided by Yale’s Edward J. and Dorothy Clarke Kempf
Fund ,with special assistance from the Yale Center for International and
Area Studies, Pierson College, and European Studies Council.
Please send your payment to:
Politics in the Twentieth Century
Haven, CT 06520-8206
Monthly Speaker Series
Chopivsky Family Foundation